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Malleswaram 8th Cross is a popular shopping street located in Malleswaram of North West Bangalore. The street market here is one of the busiest in Malleswaram, selling everything from fresh flowers (jasmine and Sampige flowers) and produce to clothing and accessories. This street still retains the charm of old Bangalore with vendors laying out their produce on the roadside. There are also a number of big, branded stores, where you can pick up beautiful sarees and more. The market normally opens up at around 10:00 AM and closes around 11:00 PM and a few shops are closed on Saturday, while a few stay closed on Sunday.If you want to get a feel of old Bangalore during your stay, one of the best things to do is to choose hotels in Malleswaram 8th Cross. The locality boasts a number of excellent hotels to suit travellers of all kinds. If you’re on the lookout for something pocket friendly, choose from a range of great 2-star, 3-star, and budget hotels in Malleswaram 8th Cross. Hotels under this category, like Treebo, provide amenities like air conditioning, free WiFi, complimentary breakfast, branded toiletries, and a television. For something more comfortable, choose from a number of 4-star hotels, guest houses, and serviced apartments in the area. These hotels offer more comfortable rooms along with amenities like in-house restaurants, spas, and even a swimming pool.There’s plenty to see and do around Malleswaram. For a start, you can visit temples like Venkateshwara Temple, Dakshina Mukha Nandi Teertha Kalyani Kshetra, Kadu Malleshwara Temple, ISKCON Temple, Gangamma Devi Temple, Karnataka Chitrakala Parishat, and Sankey Tank. Malleswaram boasts some of the most delicious local food in all of Bangalore. Try tasty ghee dosas, idlis, crispy vadas, paddu, chaat, and much more. Try eateries like Iyer’s Mess, Shri Sagar (Central Tiffin Room), Raju’s Kachori’s Stall, Iyengar Bakery, Sri Sairam’s Chaats, Veena Chaats, Egg Rice Gowdru, and Sri Raghavendra Stores.
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